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Experiment #6

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The Eiffel Tower / Paris, France (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The Eiffel Tower / Paris, France (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889, 1:45 p.m. Paris local time)
2. Gustave Eiffel unfurling the French flag at the Eiffel Tower (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889)
3. The Eiffel Tower - perspective: 100 feet above the Eiffel Tower, looking downwards at the tower itself (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889, 1:45 p.m. Paris local time)

Comments: The session presented on this page is the first of two sessions done by this viewer for this target. Both sessions from this viewer are quite good, although the second session is descriptively more accurate than this session. Many perceptions in this first session are very accurate, and while there are some decoding errors, they are not overwhelming. The target itself involves a large pointed metallic structure and a huge celebration, complete with pyrotechnics (even a 21 cannon salute), lots of smoke, noise, and people. Our research could not establish whether or not there were fireworks at the target site sometime on that day, but it seems a reasonable assumption. In Phase 1 of this session, many of the major components associated with the target site are addressed, particularly the cannons, smoke, and other pyrotechnics. Interestingly, the shape of the tower overlays the perception of movement on page 5 of Phase 1. The sensory perceptions of Phase 2 are very appropriate for this target, especially the sounds, tastes, and smells. Phase 3 again captures the energetics associated with the cannons and pyrotechnics. Phase 4 is a bit mixed. Clearly a metallic, pointed object is perceived, and sketch C (found on the last page and referenced on page 15) is exceptionally accurate. The Eiffel Tower is even perceived to be in the context of other nearby structures in the city. The viewer also perceives the people watching the event (see page 9). However, the initial perceptions in Phase 4 are also mixed with the idea that a metallic, hollow, and silvery object is moving, which combines the ideas of the tower and the energetics incorrectly. The sketch of a pointed structure on page 13 is noteworthy in terms of accuracy, and we should note that one of the deductions on that page is a "tall building." The P4 1/2 entries on pages 14 and 16 are very accurate. The anticipatory nature of the event, in which people are waiting for the climax, is captured well on page 15. Near the end of the session, it is clear that the viewer is wondering if this is the launch of a rocket, due to the energetics at the base (such as the cannon fire) and the tall pointed nature of the structure. Nonetheless, the viewer clearly perceives (see page 19) "a long vertical or slanted structure." Please note the accuracy of the perspective shift in the third numbered aspect. The third numbered aspect positions the viewer 100 feet above the tower looking downward, and this is exactly what the viewer reports (see page 20).

Note: Some session pages you may want to compare with the picture below.

Source: IMSI's MasterClips/MasterPhotos(c) Collection, 1895 Francisco Blvd., San Raphael, CA 94901-5506 USA

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